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Official Sega Saturn Magazine
by EMAP
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Topics: Official Sega Saturn Magazine, virtua figher 2, hang on gp 95, mortal kombat 2
NGC Magazine
by Future Publishing
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favorite 1
comment 0
Topic: NGC Magazine
Game and Gamer Magazines
by 徳間書店インターメディア
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eye 1,894
favorite 1
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MSX FAN (1994-04)(Tokuma Shoten Intermedia)(JP)
Topics: MSX, computer magazine
Saturn Power Magazine
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eye 1,110
favorite 2
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Saturn Power - Issue 10 (1998-02)(Future Publishing)(GB)
Topics: saturn, sega, game, games, fighter, secret, sonic, virtua, arcade, rpg, street fighter, saturn...
Computer and Video Games - Issue 184 (1997-03)(EMAP Images)(GB)
Topics: game, playstation, mario, nintendo, games, arcade, super, saturn, sega, sonic, mario kart, street...
Game and Gamer Magazines
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Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine (US) Issue #2 - November 1999 I just noticed the text PDF file that archive.org derived from the CBR has pages that are out of order, probably because I did not number the jpegs with leading zeroes and whatever software they're using needs that. I'll fix that for future scans.
Topic: Official Sega Dreamcast
Game and Gamer Magazines
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favorite 2
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Famitsu DC July 2001 3300 pixels tall 300 DPI scan
Topic: Famitsu
Neo Geo Artbooks
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103
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Artwork and Artbooks dedicated to Neo Geo arcade games and SNK-created properties, published primarily in the 1990s.
Mean Machines
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14,294
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Mean Machines was a multi-format gaming magazine released between 1990 and 1992 in the United Kingdom. In the late 1980s Computer and Video Games (CVG) was largely covering the outgoing generation of 8-bit computers like the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and newly emerging 16-bit computers (the Atari ST and Commodore Amiga). Julian Rignall built upon an idea first conceived by C+VG contributor Tony Takoushi and launched a consoles-oriented section of the magazine called Mean Machines....
Game and Gamer Magazines
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Dreamcast Fan 1999 July 30 https://www.patreon.com/marktrade
Topic: Dreamcast Fan
Game and Gamer Magazines
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favorite 6
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All 13 issues of the Official Sega Dreamcast Magazine from the United States, including the preview issue from June 1999.
Topic: Official Sega Dreamcast
Game and Gamer Magazines
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These images are raw scans of pages from issues of PLAY magazine in the United States starting with the first issue, which was released in December 2001. Each page was carefully separated with a heat gun so that the entire page could be scanned. 
Topic: PLAY
Dreamcast Magazine
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The Official Dreamcast Magazine was a video game magazine for the Dreamcast published in the United States. The magazine's initial issue "0" was released in June 1999, a full 3 months before the launch of the system. This rare issue featured Sonic the Hedgehog on a black cover, along with the launch date and some of the system's unique features. The magazine then ran for twelve issues from the September 1999 Dreamcast launch to March/April 2001, shortly after Dreamcast was...
GamePro Magazine
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GamePro Issue 111 October 1998
Topics: tap, game, playstation, nfl, nintendo, hold, gamepro, games, tapwp, october, hold tap, video game,...
N64 Magazine
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N64 Magazine - Issue 008 (1997-11)(Future Publishing)(GB)
Topics: nintendo, mario, confirmed, game, games, erm, kart, lylat, jpn, super, mario kart, top gear, gear...
Neo Geo Freak (Japan)
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Neo Geo Freak is a Japanese-language magazine dedicated to the Neo Geo arcade systems and home console, published in the 1990s.
Dreamcast Magazine (Spanish)
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Revista Oficial Dreamcast (in English, Official Dreamcast Magazine), is a Spanish magazine printed by Hobby Press S.A., better known as the company behind the Spanish magazine Hobby Consolas. The magazine was launched with two supplements appearing in Hobby Consolas in October and November 1999 and one in Micromania, another Hobby Press magazine, in October 1999. The magazine itself launched on December 20, 1999. The magazine served as the distributor of DreamOn discs for Spain. At the end of...
Official NZ PlayStation Magazine - Issue 028 (1999-11)(ACP PUblishing)(NZ)
Topics: playstation, game, fantasy, psm, games, final, sony, adventure, fantasy vii, racing, sim, final...
Super Play Magazine
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Superplay - Issue 01 (1992-11)(Future Publishing)(GB)
Topics: super, game, nintendo, games, fighter, snes, console, lair, tor, super nintendo, street fighter,...
Mean Machines SEGA Magazine
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Topics: saturn, game, sega, ihe, games, sonic, arcade, moistness, fighter, players, die hard, medi pack,...
GamePro Magazine
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GamePro - Issue 111 Volume 09 Number 12 (1997-12)(IDG Publishing)(US)
Topics: game, motion, playstation, gamepro, super, tap, nintendo, games, mortal kombat, sony computer,...
Official US PlayStation Magazine - Volume 3 Issue 2 (1999-11)(Ziff Davis)(US)
Topics: game, playstation, sony, games, tomb, opm, entertainment, demo, interactive, tomb raider, sony...
Saturn Power Magazine
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Sega Power, initially known as S: The Sega Magazine, was a Future publication aimed at the Sega range of consoles, including the Master System, Mega Drive, Game Gear and later on the Mega-CD, 32X and Saturn. The magazine was later relaunched as Saturn Power when the other Sega consoles faded away. With both the Mega Drive and Master System fading away by 1997, the magazine was relaunched with its new name; Saturn Power. Issue 1 was launched, cover dated June 1997 and came with a cover mounted...